Gardening and Gastronomy go hand in hand in Fuerteventura

Friday, 7 November, 2014

The Garden Center of Fuerteventura and the leader restaurant in the town of Puerto del Rosario "Casa Toño" joined forces and presented daring and innovative initiative to mark the trend by encouraging the creation of green spaces and the use of natural products.

Casa Toño, a restaurant that combines different culinary conceptsthat stands out for preferential use of seasonal produce, will be the scene in which the creations of Antonio Alonso Zaballos, winner of several awards, with different plant species are combined ornamental and of consumption that help in establishing recreate different environments in which to enjoy such delicious meals. In different rooms you will find everything for sale, from flower arrangements, decorations, furniture and decorative items exposed and can be purchased "in situ" by customers who so desire.

An example of this fusion of kitchen gardening is the focus on the use of vegetables and herbs naturally occurring in the preparation of its recipes, products obtained from existing organic gardens on site, to the sight and reach of commensals, who can also provide free introductory courses in gardening and urban gardening preparation offered by the promoters of this innovative idea.

The Garden Center of Fuerteventura, which will open the doors of its new facility located in the capital of Fuerteventura the next month of December, will be a new benchmark for plant products, with a wide range of retail in which you can find all varieties to taste at the restaurant with a wide variety of ornamental plants, providing information about free gardening courses and offering a fresh, surrounded by greenery in the area recreating the senses.

The Garden Centre wants the customer to enjoy a space that always sets the trends and brings fresh air surrounded by greenery and a gastronomy that takes care of their products first hand, showing their production of base plate and being informed of new and decorative trends in gardening.